"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

A Simple Flower Macro – The “Cram It” Method

Here again is a flower image that is a bit different than normally seen, and created simply by using my proven “cram it” method. (I’ll patent it!) : )
A client gave me some ideas for a piece that they wanted, and I came up with this. They accepted a piece that was very similar to this one in its composition. A fun and different piece!

“Flower”
© 2007 – Michael Brown
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This image was created by simply cramming the Canon 100mm macro & Kenko 2x teleconverter down into the flowers, shooting wide open, and using selective focus for a certain area while letting the rest of the image to become a total blur.

If you wish, you can go to the “search” box over to your right, type in the word “cram”, and come up with other posts that has the “cram it” method or explanation mentioned.

Thanks for looking everyone,
Mike

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February 20, 2007 Posted by | abstract, art, blog, botanical, canon, composition, Digital, DSLR, Fine Art Nature Photography, flora, flowers, horticulture, landscapes, life, macro, Macro Photographer, nature, Nature Photographer, outdoors, paintings, Photo Blog, photoblog, photography, photoshop | , , , , , | 20 Comments

   

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